A 10-year-old Chinese boy has been walking to and from school on his hands every day for the last four years.
Yan Yuhong, of Jiaba village in China’s Hubei Province, was left partially paralyzed by a childhood illness.
He initially crawled to get around but learnt to walk on his hands when he was just four-years-old.
Yan has to get up much earlier than his classmates – as his journey takes him an hour-and-a-half each way.
He can also get about with crutches but says he can walk much faster on his hands.
His father is also disabled, leaving his mother as the sole bread-winner, but Yan is determined to finish his schooling.
“I don’t want to quit,” he said. “I want to study hard, and support myself in the future.”
A learner motorcyclist died in Houston, Texas, Friday after his bike hit a wall on the fifth floor of a parking garage and he was thrown off the structure.
A friend was teaching the man how to ride a motorcycle when he hit the accelerator by mistake, police say.
The 27-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene.
The friend who was giving the lesson walked alongside the man on the bike and told him to apply the brakes, police said.
The friend told police that the rider accidentally hit the accelerator and he was catapulted over the wall.
The investigation continues.